As the working environment is evolving and changing dramatically, businesses are compelled to adopt new operation methods s to survive, remain successful, and re-establish growth. Organizations are redesigning and recalibrating operations to be more resilient and maintain business-continuity. End-user computing is gaining prominence, as application delivery to a remote workforce, becomes increasingly important for success. In order to do their jobs as content creators and consumers, they need access to increasingly rich data, images, video, and sound. While some of the more extreme users require high precision interaction with images, many organisations have a wide range of users, from task-based to 3D graphical image users. An organization's ability to change and adapt to these new requirements defines it. To achieve the required level of desktop flexibility, agility, and mobility, new cloud optimised infrastructures that can be scaled on demand using simple, automated processes and tools are frequently required.
Growing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend in organizations will increase in popularity and the demand for global end user computing market
Rapid advancements in mobile computing have increased the popularity of the BYOD trend in corporate settings. Traditional business processes have changed as a result of enterprise mobility. Enterprise mobility enables employees to access business applications and services on enterprise-owned or personal devices, from anywhere and at any time, while maintaining the highest level of security, as it is critical to protect the confidentiality and integrity of organisational data from potential threats; at the same time providing an improved user experience (UX). This trend has given rise to end user computing solutions, in which employees can widely use and develop these solutions without the need for strong IT general controls. Advances in cloud technology and integration have also greatly impacted EUC and VDI. Organizations now require a variety of options to support worker productivity while also securing data, lowering costs, and managing highly variable workloads. A solid cloud infrastructure can help with this. A hybrid approach to physical, virtual, and cloud desktops is unavoidable – and recommended. As with most complex business challenges, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. What is certain is that businesses should begin either modernising their existing VDI environment or deploying modern VDI solutions across private and public clouds.
However, the lack of proper government regulations, combined with the integration of processes by organisations, are major factors that are expected to limit the global target market's growth.
Market Segmentation and Regional Analysis
The global End User Computing market is segmented on the basis of Solution, Service and Industry Vertical. Based on Solution, the market is segmented into Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Unified Communication, Device Management, Software Asset Management and others. On the basis of the Service the market is segmented into Consulting, support and Maintenance, Training and Education, System Integration and Managed Services. On the basis of the Industry Vertical the market is segmented into IT and Telecom, Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance, Education, Healthcare, Government, Retail, Media and Entertainment, Manufacturing and Others.
North America is expected to hold the largest market size during the forecast period. Due to the proliferation of mobile devices and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, enterprises are looking for technologies and methods that can tap digital opportunities; EUC solutions are proving to be a viable option to achieve this purpose in the APAC and North American regions. In Latin America, there is an increasing demand for virtualization solutions, as the enterprises are slowly moving away from legacy desktop infrastructures. This, in turn, is expected to boost the growth of the market in this region. However, the lack of proper government regulations, varied compliance issues across several geographical regions, and issues related to transformation and integration of processes by organizations would hinder the growth of the market.
Major Vendors and Recent Development
The end user computing market comprises key vendors, such as IGEL, Infosys, Genpact, Tech Mahindra, Mindtree, SITA, Nucleus Software, Patriot Technologies, NetApp, Connection, HCL Infosystems, Synapse360, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic, IDS, CSS Corp, Data Integrity, Fujitsu, Focus Technology Solutions, SMP-Corp, Emerio, Fortem Information Technology, Serole Technologies, The Ergonomic Group, Coreio, and Emtec. These vendors provide end user computing solutions and services to end users for catering to their unique business requirements, productivity, compliances, and security needs.
For instance, in March 2020, Mindtree Limited entered into a partnership with Realogy Holdings Corp., a U.S. based residential real estate service firm, to support its ongoing digital transformation. Through this partnership, Mindtree will introduce digitally-enabled technologies in areas such as application development, managed services, infrastructure support, and testing services for Realogy.
Key Elements Included In The Study: Global End User Computing Market
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